Symposium Spotlight: Phill Greenwalt

We hope you had a wonderful holiday season! With our special holiday posts and series coming to an end, we wanted to get back to featuring our weekly 2019 Emerging Civil War Symposium series, Symposium Spotlight. In this installment of our 2019 Emerging Civil War Symposium Spotlight we feature longtime ECW member and ERW co-founder Phillip Greenwalt. Phill has written numerous books and articles over the years, as well as given many presentations at our annual Symposium. If you haven’t had the chance to get to know him yet, read on to learn more about this historian. We can’t wait to hear his presentation this year!

Phillip S.Greenwalt is co-founder of Emerging Revolutionary War and the Emerging Revolutionary War Series as well as a full-time contributor to Emerging Civil War. He is the co-author of three volumes of the Emerging Civil War Series and one of the inaugural volumes of the Emerging Revolutionary War Series.

Author and historian Phillip Greenwalt.

Phill has a graduate degree in American History from George Mason University and a bachelor’s in history from Wheeling Jesuit University. He is currently a Supervisory Park Ranger for Everglades National Park. He has also served in official National Park Service details at Morristown National Historical Park, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park, Appomattox Court House National Historical Park, Cedar Creek & Belle Grove National Historical Park, and Fort McHenry National Memorial and Historic Shrine. He began his National Park Service career at George Washington Birthplace National Monument and Thomas Stone National Historic Site as a park ranger-historian. He is a native of Baltimore, Maryland.  

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